Pair of Japanese 19th Century Ranma Transom Panels with Carved Openwork Design
A pair of Japanese carved wooden ranma transom panels from the 19th century, with carved openwork design, natural patina and distressed appearance. Created in Japan during the 19th century, this pair of carved panels, likely a pair of ranma (openwork dividers), will make for a wonderful decorative addition to any home. The panels can be placed horizontally, for instance above door frames or headboards, or vertically depending on your needs, to accentuate a wall décor.
Their openwork design is perfectly complimented by their natural patina. Minimalist yet elegant, this pair of Japanese carved wooden ranma transom panels from the 19th century will make for a great visual addition to any home, placed in a living room, bedroom or entry way.